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Matthew Crotty
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Matthew Crotty is an Emmy® Award-winning Producer and Production Supervisor for KCET's Artbound, Artbound Presents Studio A, Border Blaster, SoCal Connected and City Walk series.
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    Chilean pop singer Alex Anwandter, South Korean rockers Thornapple, German composer Hauschka, Swedish electronic artists Roll The Dice, and minimalist composers Nils Frahm and Ólafur Arnalds.
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    Spanish indie group Band À Part, Chinese rockers Hedgehog, Mexican indie musicians Piyama Party and Señor Amable, Norwegian metal band Motorpsycho, Cambodian-US band Dengue Fever, and Portuguese guitarists Les Enfants Terribles.
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    Congolese singer-songwriter Baloji, Tuareg guitarist Mdou Moctar, Chinese folk musician Xiao He, Ecuadorian vocalist El Fabrikante, and Lebanese electronic artist Funny Death.
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    Australian-American duo Dirtmusic, Argentinian electro producers Super Guachin, Australian rapper Tkay Maidza, Argentinian dance group Frikstailers, Japanese pop band Ya-to-i, Filipino alt-country band The Strangeness, and Filipino electronic producer Modulogeek.
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    This week Border Blaster features a video mix curated by our online audience. Viewers voted on the eclectic music videos featured on the Border Blaster site and the most popular videos will be showcased on tonight's "People's Choice" episode. The videos selected by the audience include: Psychedelic salsa band La Mecánica Popular, Brazilian musician Cibelle, Australian rapper Tkay Maidza, German composer Nils Frahm, Nigerian afrobeat band Seun Kuti & Egypt 80, Chilean pop singer Alex Anwandter, and South Korean rockers Thornapple.
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    Swedish electronic composers Roll The Dice, Chinese punk band The Yours, Canadian electronic producers Longwalkshortdock, German composer Hauschka, and minimalist composers Ólafur Arnalds & Nils Frahm.
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    Psychedelic salsa band La Mecánica Popular, Nigerian afrobeat group Seun Kuti & Egypt 80, Chinese post-punk band P.K.14, South Korean rock group Life and Time, Scottish indie pop band Camera Obscura, and Portuguese post-rock group The Allstar Project.
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    This week Border Blaster features a video mix curated by our online audience. Viewers voted on the eclectic music videos featured on the Border Blaster site and the most popular videos will be showcased on tonight's "People's Choice" episode. The videos selected by the audience include: South Korean indie rockers Thornapple, South Korean rockers The Koxx, French-Sudanese duo Debruit and Alsarah, Chilean pop singer Alex Anwandter, Japanese pop band Yoshida Yohei Group, and Russian instrumental rock band Mooncake.
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    Congolese group Kasai Allstars, Chilean hip hop artist Ana Tijoux, Chinese punk rockers Hedgehog, Colombian indie artist Andrea Echeverri, Finnish-French duo The Dø, and Swedish indie artist Mariam The Believer.
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    Japanese pop band Yoshida Yohei Group, Chilean dance musician Alex Anwandter, Mexican electro outfit Dapuntobeat, South Korean pop group No Reply, Brazilian musician Cibelle, and UK electronic producer Rival Consoles.
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    Tuareg blues-rock group Tamikrest, Australian rapper Tkay Maidza, Chinese electronic duo White+, psychedelic salsa band La Mecánica Popular, UK fusion group Fofoulah, Argentinian electro producer El Remolón, and Colombian electronic artist Sano.
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    Brazilian-Dutch group Zuco 103, South Korean rockers The Koxx, French-Sudanese combo Débruit & Alsarah, Argentinian indie artist Juana Molina, Lebanese singer Yasmine Hamdan, and Icelandic composer Olafur Arnalds.
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    This week Border Blaster features a video mix curated by our online audience. Viewers voted on the eclectic music videos featured on the Border Blaster site and the most popular videos will be showcased on tonight's "People's Choice" episode.
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    Berlin based pop band OY, Chinese post punk group Streets Kill Strange Animals, Chilean dance musician Alex Anwandter, Brazilian indie musician Nobat, and UK electronic artist A Thousand Years.
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    KCET's newest original series features music videos from Malian folk artists Toumani and Sidiki, Trinidadian steel drummer Fimber Bravo, and Chinese punk rockers Hedgehog.
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    Inspired by son jarocho, soul, dancehall, and hip hop, Maya Jupiter brings her lively stage performance to KCET's "Artbound Presents Studio A."
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    Inspired by son jarocho, soul, dancehall, and hip hop, Maya Jupiter brings her lively stage performance to KCET's "Studio A." Her music fuses traditional Mexican folk and urban contemporary hip hop with socially conscious lyrics.
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    La Santa Cecilia exemplifies the modern-day creative hybrid of Latin culture, rock and world music.
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    La Santa Cecilia exemplifies the modern-day creative hybrid of Latin culture, rock and world music. This Grammy Award-winning group draws inspiration from all over the world, utilizing Pan-American rhythms like cumbia, bossa nova, rumba, bolero, tango, jazz, rock, and klezmer music. Watch their exciting performance on Studio A.
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    The Grammy-winning band Quetzal mixes sounds of traditional Mexican "son jarocho" music with a contemporary twist. Catch their lively performance on Studio A.
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    The Grammy-winning band Quetzal mixes sounds of traditional Mexican "son jarocho" music with a contemporary twist. Catch their lively performance on Studio A.
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    Noah and the MegaFauna showcases their eclectic sound, ranging from gypsy jazz to indie rock, in this raucous live performance on KCET' s Studio A.
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    Noah and the MegaFauna showcases their eclectic sound, ranging from gypsy jazz to indie rock, in this raucous live performance on KCET' s Studio A.
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    Led by soulful vocalist Syd tha Kyd and Matt "Martians" Martin, R&B sensation The Internet serve up jazzy funk to KCET's Studio A.
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    Artbound Presents Studio A features R&B sensations The Internet airing Tuesday, April 8 at 10pm and Friday, April 11 at 10pm PST on KCET-TV.
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    Beachy rockers Best Coast deliver reverb-drenched guitar, Laurel Canyon strums, and subtle country edge to KCET's Studio A.
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    Beachy rockers Best Coast deliver reverb-drenched guitar, Laurel Canyon strums, and subtle country edge to KCET's Studio A.
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    East L.A. band Chicano Batman brings their feel-good fusion of funk, R&B, Latin soul, cumbia, bossa nova, psychedelia, and pop to KCET's Studio A for an electric performance. Their set explores a range of sonic flavors including simmering slow jams, allegro samba interludes and cumbia breakdowns.
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    East L.A. band Chicano Batman brings their feel-good fusion of funk, R&B, Latin soul, cumbia, bossa nova, psychedelia, and pop to KCET's Studio A for an electric performance. Their set explores a range of sonic flavors including simmering slow jams, allegro samba interludes and cumbia breakdowns.
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    Channeling titans of rock and riot grrl punk, power duo Deap Vally unleash a bombastic style of guitar and drums mayhem in the KCET's Studio A. Julie Edwards and Lindsey Troy met in a knitting class but their music is anything but well-mannered.
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    Chilean pop singer Alex Anwandter, South Korean rockers Thornapple, German composer Hauschka, Swedish electronic artists Roll The Dice, and minimalist composers Nils Frahm and Ólafur Arnalds.
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    Spanish indie group Band À Part, Chinese rockers Hedgehog, Mexican indie musicians Piyama Party and Señor Amable, Norwegian metal band Motorpsycho, Cambodian-US band Dengue Fever, and Portuguese guitarists Les Enfants Terribles.
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    Congolese singer-songwriter Baloji, Tuareg guitarist Mdou Moctar, Chinese folk musician Xiao He, Ecuadorian vocalist El Fabrikante, and Lebanese electronic artist Funny Death.
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    Australian-American duo Dirtmusic, Argentinian electro producers Super Guachin, Australian rapper Tkay Maidza, Argentinian dance group Frikstailers, Japanese pop band Ya-to-i, Filipino alt-country band The Strangeness, and Filipino electronic producer Modulogeek.
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    This week Border Blaster features a video mix curated by our online audience. Viewers voted on the eclectic music videos featured on the Border Blaster site and the most popular videos will be showcased on tonight's "People's Choice" episode. The videos selected by the audience include: Psychedelic salsa band La Mecánica Popular, Brazilian musician Cibelle, Australian rapper Tkay Maidza, German composer Nils Frahm, Nigerian afrobeat band Seun Kuti & Egypt 80, Chilean pop singer Alex Anwandter, and South Korean rockers Thornapple.
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    Swedish electronic composers Roll The Dice, Chinese punk band The Yours, Canadian electronic producers Longwalkshortdock, German composer Hauschka, and minimalist composers Ólafur Arnalds & Nils Frahm.
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    Psychedelic salsa band La Mecánica Popular, Nigerian afrobeat group Seun Kuti & Egypt 80, Chinese post-punk band P.K.14, South Korean rock group Life and Time, Scottish indie pop band Camera Obscura, and Portuguese post-rock group The Allstar Project.
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    This week Border Blaster features a video mix curated by our online audience. Viewers voted on the eclectic music videos featured on the Border Blaster site and the most popular videos will be showcased on tonight's "People's Choice" episode. The videos selected by the audience include: South Korean indie rockers Thornapple, South Korean rockers The Koxx, French-Sudanese duo Debruit and Alsarah, Chilean pop singer Alex Anwandter, Japanese pop band Yoshida Yohei Group, and Russian instrumental rock band Mooncake.
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    Congolese group Kasai Allstars, Chilean hip hop artist Ana Tijoux, Chinese punk rockers Hedgehog, Colombian indie artist Andrea Echeverri, Finnish-French duo The Dø, and Swedish indie artist Mariam The Believer.
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    Japanese pop band Yoshida Yohei Group, Chilean dance musician Alex Anwandter, Mexican electro outfit Dapuntobeat, South Korean pop group No Reply, Brazilian musician Cibelle, and UK electronic producer Rival Consoles.